Divorce Family Law Quiz

Questions:

1. Definition of a Spouse: What, if any, of the following types of relationships are included in the definition of spouse for the purpose of sharing family property?

(a) common law couples who have lived together for one years
(b) common law couples who have lived together for three years
(c) same sex couples
(d) married couples only

2 Definition of a Spouse Take Two:
What, if any, of the following types of relationships are included in the definition of spouse for purpose of rights to spousal support?

(a) common law couples who have lived together for one years
(b) common law couples who have lived together for three years
(c) same sex couples
(d) married couples only

3.Division of Property: Is it true that married spouses always share the value of the family home 50/50 upon divorce?
(a) True (b) False

4. Custody of Children: Legal custody of a child means:
(a)where the child lives
(b)who has access to a child s school and medical records
(c)who makes important decisions relating to the child

5. Inheritances after Marriage: Upon marriage breakdown, property inherited during the marriage is:

(a) shared equally with the other spouse
(b) excluded from the division of the net family property
(c) included in the division of net family property

6. Separation: A divorce may be granted without any other reason after a separation for at least:
(a) six months
(b) one year
(c) two years

7. Getting a Divorce: Do you have to go to court to get a divorce?
(a) Yes (b) No

8. Child Support: The child support guidelines calculate child support based on:
(a) the payor s parent s income
(b) a ratio of the parents comparative incomes
(c) what parents at that income level generally spend to support a child

9. Orthodontal Expenses for Children: Orthodontal expenses are:
(a) included in the standard child support chart under the child support guidlines

(b) not included in the standard child support chart amount under the support guidelines
(c) an additional expense added to the chart amount under the child support guidlines

10. Last Will and Testament: If you have separated, any bequests to your husband/wife in an existing Will:

(a) remain valid
(b) automatically become invalid on separation
(c) automatically go to your children
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Divorce Family Law Quiz

Questions:

1. Definition of a Spouse: What, if any, of the following types of relationships are included in the definition of spouse for the purpose of sharing family property?

(a) common law couples who have lived together for one years
(b) common law couples who have lived together for three years
(c) same sex couples
(d) married couples only

2 Definition of a Spouse Take Two:
What, if any, of the following types of relationships are included in the definition of spouse for purpose of rights to spousal support?

(a) common law couples who have lived together for one years
(b) common law couples who have lived together for three years
(c) same sex couples
(d) married couples only

3.Division of Property: Is it true that married spouses always share the value of the family home 50/50 upon divorce?
(a) True (b) False

4. Custody of Children: Legal custody of a child means:
(a)where the child lives
(b)who has access to a child s school and medical records
(c)who makes important decisions relating to the child

5. Inheritances after Marriage: Upon marriage breakdown, property inherited during the marriage is:

(a) shared equally with the other spouse
(b) excluded from the division of the net family property
(c) included in the division of net family property

6. Separation: A divorce may be granted without any other reason after a separation for at least:
(a) six months
(b) one year
(c) two years

7. Getting a Divorce: Do you have to go to court to get a divorce?
(a) Yes (b) No

8. Child Support: The child support guidelines calculate child support based on:
(a) the payor s parent s income
(b) a ratio of the parents comparative incomes
(c) what parents at that income level generally spend to support a child

9. Orthodontal Expenses for Children: Orthodontal expenses are:
(a) included in the standard child support chart under the child support guidlines

(b) not included in the standard child support chart amount under the support guidelines
(c) an additional expense added to the chart amount under the child support guidlines

10. Last Will and Testament: If you have separated, any bequests to your husband/wife in an existing Will:

(a) remain valid
(b) automatically become invalid on separation
(c) automatically go to your children
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